120 ft Burgess Falls

120′ Burgess Falls, Tennessee

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— Welcome to this week’s Episode of AudioTrek … Burgess Falls State Park in Tennessee, just East of Nashville.

The sound of water moving… whether streams, rapids, or waterfalls, can all be different. For example, like today, a waterfall can have large vertical drop with a LOT of water, or sometimes the same falls with little water flowing into the canyon will sound completely different.

Today, we’re at Burgess Fall State Park about an hour East of Nashville. This park is an easy way to experience 3 different waterfalls along a 1 ½ mile hike. The final falls are the 120-foot Burgess falls. The observation deck is about 150 feet above the top of the falls and the view as it drops into the canyon below is breathtaking.

When I visited in November, the water flow was abundant. As the water flowed across the falls and dropped 120 feet into the canyon, the sounds we hear are just majestic… as well as magical.  The view on the video is pretty amazing as well.

I hope you enjoy these large waterfall sounds… Enjoy!

AudioTrek… Relax. Explore. Meditate. Sleep.

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